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This is at the heart of biomanufacturing technologies that reengineer simple organisms to produce useful substances ranging from aviation fuel to food additives.
The good news is that we still have time to close the gap between “could” and “should” in how scientists redesign and reengineer genetic code.
Extracting maximum value from data requires an organization to hire staff with new skill sets, realign its culture, reengineer old processes, and rearchitect the old data platform.Getting the most from your data-driven transformation: 10 key principles|Janice Zdankus, Anthony Delli Colli|October 14, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The oil and gas sector isn’t in the same position as DuPont, able to reengineer substitutable products and largely keep its businesses and markets intact.How the world already prevented far worse warming this century|James Temple|August 18, 2021|MIT Technology Review